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Handling Difficult Economic Times as a Photographer

Handling Difficult Economic Times as a Photographer

Every now and then, things do go wrong in a country, or even throughout the world. And when the economy goes bad, many people start losing their jobs. We must admit that photography too is a field that gets a big blow in such times. It’s not a situation that anybody wants to be in, […]

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Adding Depth to Portraits Using Fabric Walls

Adding Depth to Portraits Using Fabric Walls

Your backgrounds play an important role in adding depth to your portraits. But, when you work in a small home studio, you may not have the flexibility of working with different backgrounds. That does not mean that you’re stuck with whatever you’ve got. Photographer Gavin Hoey from Adorama shows you how you can use fake […]

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10 At Home Photography Tips During the Lockdown

10 At Home Photography Tips During the Lockdown

Things are really difficult around the world at the moment. With the health issues that many people are facing, a number of governments have had no option but to lock down cities, and countries even. Also, self-quarantine seems to be the best bet for your own safety, and that of others too. In a state […]

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Bad Photography: No Such Thing?

Bad Photography: No Such Thing?

Like any other form of art, photography is quite subjective. What appeals to one, may not essentially appeal to others. Likewise, if somebody says an image is bad, it doesn’t mean the end of the world to the photographer. What matters most is that the photographer captured what he’d visualized in his mind while having […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Sun-Kissed Iceland Landscape

Interesting Photo of the Day: Sun-Kissed Iceland Landscape

Iceland truly has so much to offer. You might agree more if you’re an avid traveler, a landscape photographer, or a hiker. The versatile and mesmerizing landscape of the beautiful country is something that you can’t get enough of. And we’re not just talking about the mountains and waterfalls in the area. Even the rivers […]

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Good to Great Photography Tips & Tricks

Good to Great Photography Tips & Tricks

After taking photos for some time, it’s natural to feel stuck at a certain level. The improvement that you see in your work is not always as drastic as when you were just starting out. But, when you look at the work of great photographers, you will notice that those images definitely have some edge. […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: A Bird Feeding in the Bushes

Interesting Photo of the Day: A Bird Feeding in the Bushes

Snowy conditions can be grueling. But when you’re living in the wild, you’ve got to do whatever it takes to survive. While we’d love to stay indoors in the comfort of our warm homes, the same can’t be said for the birds and other animals. When photographer Raymond McCarthy Bergeron was out in Arches National […]

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Underwater Product Photography Techniques

Underwater Product Photography Techniques

Admit it, images of products look pretty cool when shot underwater. The splash of water along with the bubbles oozing out of the products add life to an otherwise boring image. However, if you need to set a camera up underwater as well, then it becomes a really challenging and an expensive ordeal. It takes […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Night vs. Day

Interesting Photo of the Day: Night vs. Day

It’s amazing to see that the same place can look so very different depending on the hour of the day. Landscapes are viewed best during the soft light of the morning and the evening hours, as the afternoon sun tends to blow away the details and textures of the landscapes with its harsh light. The […]

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Low Light Photography: 5 Tips

Low Light Photography: 5 Tips

Low light conditions have great potential for producing astounding images. However, working in such conditions can be challenging. While high end gear do help out a bit in overcoming the challenges, they can be heavy on the pocket. However, with the right techniques, even budget friendly cameras and lenses can get you some amazing low […]

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